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Fredy Kruger

esqui de agua

 (May 3, 1975 – present) is a World Championship water skier best known for water ski jumping. He currently holds the world jumping record at 247 feet (75.2 meters).[1]

World Championships[edit]



Jeb Corliss 

Paracaidismo Salto Base

(born March 25, 1976 near Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States[1]) is an American professional skydiver and BASE jumper. He has jumped from sites including Paris' Eiffel Tower, Seattle's Space Needle, the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, and the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.[2][3][4] He lives in Venice, California.[1]



Shaun White

Patineta / Snowboard

Shaun Roger White (born September 3, 1986) is an American professional snowboarder and skateboarder. He is a two-time Olympic gold medalist. He holds the X-Games records for gold medals and highest overall medal count, and has won 10 ESPY Awards.


Kelly Slater


(born February 11, 1972) is an American professional surfer known for his competitive prowess and style. He has been crowned ASP World Tour Champion a record 11 times, including 5 consecutive titles in 1994–98. He is the youngest (at age 20) and the oldest (at age 39) to win the title. Upon winning his 5th world title in 1997, Slater passed Australian surfer Mark Richards to become the most successful champion in the history of the sport. In 2007 he also became the all-time leader in career event wins by winning the Boost Mobile Pro event at Lower Trestles near San Clemente, California. The previous record was held by Slater's childhood hero, three-time world champion Tom Curren.[2]


Parks Bonifay


Born in Pensacola, FL. He became a professional wakeboarder in 1994. Parks took the wakeboarding world by storm as a 14-year-old, winning the X-Games in his first visit. He has held many major titles including the Pro Wakeboard Tour titles in 1999 and 2001. His dad put him on skis at just six months, 28 days old.

He became the first documented wakeboarder to land the 1080 (a switch toeside 1080), doing so at a Bill Doster photoshoot in 1999.

Bonifay was a recurring star on MTV's extreme action sports show Nitro Circus. He is sponsored by Ronix, Fox, Red Bull, Spy, MasterCraft, and Performance Ski & Surf.




Travis Alan Pastrana 

Motocross, Raly, Nascar 

(born October 8, 1983) is an American motorsports competitor and stunt performer who has won championships and X Games gold medals in several events, including supercrossmotocrossfreestyle motocross, and rally racing. He runs a show called Nitro Circus, and previously competed in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for Roush Fenway Racing.


Tony Hawk


(born May 12, 1968), nicknamed "The Birdman", is an American former professional skateboarder and actor. Hawk is well known for completing the first documented 900 and for his licensed video game titles, distributed by Activision.[2] He is widely considered to be one of the most successful and influential pioneers of modern vertical skateboarding.[3]



GoPro visita

Nick Woodman

San Mateo California 

(born June 24, 1975) is an American businessman, the founder and CEO of GoPro.[3]



Daniel "Danny" MacAskill

Scottish trials cyclist, from Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye. He works professionally as a street trialspro rider for Inspired Bicycles Ltd.[1] He released April 2009, a five-and-a-half-minute street trials video, filmed by his flatmate Dave Sowerby, on YouTube on the 19 April 2009 to popular acclaim and widespread media attention. The video features stunts performed by MacAskill set to 'The Funeral' by Band of Horses.

As of April 2009, MacAskill had been practising for more than 12 years. He gave up his job as a mechanic so he could ride full-time[2] and now lives in Glasgow. In June 2009, MacAskill appeared in the music video for Doves' single "Winter Hill".

On 16 November 2010 MacAskill released a new video Way Back Home produced by Red Bull Media House. The video showcases locations around Scotland including Edinburgh CastleNorth Berwick, wartime bunkers on the island of Inchgarvie beneath the Forth Bridge and the Cruachan Dam in the Scottish Highlands.[4] In May 2011 Leica Camera released a Go Play promotional video featuring him doing tricks in the city of Cape Town. In August 9, 2011 Cut Media released a video named Industrial Revolutions directed by Stu Thomson. The video, set to 'The Wolves' by Ben Howard, features MacAskill doing tricks in an abandoned Scottish iron works. It was created for Channel 4's documentary Concrete Circus.

mountain bike


lindsey Vonn 

Esqui de nieve

born October 18, 1984)[1] is an American World Cup alpine ski racer on the United States Ski Team. She has won four World Cup championships—one of two female skiers to do so, along with Annemarie Moser-Pröll—with three consecutive titles in 20082009 and 2010,[2] plus another in 2012.[3] Vonn won the gold medal in downhill at the 2010 Winter Olympics, the first ever in the event for an American woman.[4] She has also won six consecutive World Cup season titles in the downhill discipline (2008–2013), four consecutive titles in super-G (2009–2012), and three consecutive titles in the combined (2010–2012).

Vonn is one of six women[5] to have won World Cup races in all five disciplines of alpine skiing – downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, and super combined – and has won 64 World Cup races in her career through January 2015. The 64 World Cup victories are an all-time women's record, passing Annemarie Moser-Pröll of Austria who had held the record since the 1970s, and only Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden with 86 World Cup victories has more. With her Olympic gold and bronze medals, two World Championship gold medals in 2009 (plus three silver medals in 2007 and 2011), and four overall World Cup titles, Vonn has become the most successful American ski racer in history.

Vonn received the Laureus World Sports Awards Sportswoman of the Year for 2010.[6] She was also honored again as the USOC's sportswoman of the year for 2010.[7]